Items where Author is "O'Donnell, Amy"

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Martens, Marcus Sebastian, Zurhold, Heike, Rosenkranz, Moritz, O'Donnell, Amy, Addison, Michelle, Spencer, Liam, Mcgovern, William, Gabrhelík, Roman, Petruželka, Benjamin, Rowicka, Magdalena, Liebregts, Nienke, Degkwitz, Peter, Kaner, Eileen and Verthein, Uwe (2019) Using life course charts to assess and compare trajectories of amphetamine type stimulant consumption in different user groups – a cross-sectional study. Harm Reduction Journal. ISSN 1477-7517 (In Press)

Rosenkranz, Moritz, O'Donnell, Amy, Verthein, Uwe, Zurhold, Heike, Addison, Michelle, Liebregts, Nienke, Rowicka, Magdalena, Barták, Miroslav, Petruželka, Benjamin, Kaner, Eileen and Martens, Marcus-Sebastian (2019) Understanding Pathways to Stimulant Use: a mixed-methods examination of the individual, social and cultural factors shaping illicit stimulant use across Europe (ATTUNE): study protocol. BMJ Open, 9 (8). e029476. ISSN 2044-6055

O'Donnell, Amy, Addison, Michelle, Spencer, Liam, Zurhold, Heike, Rosenkranz, Moritz, McGovern, Ruth, Gilvarry, Eilish, Martens, Marcus-Sebastian, Verthein, Uwe and Kaner, Eileen (2019) Which individual, social and environmental influences shape key phases in the amphetamine type stimulant use trajectory? A systematic narrative review and thematic synthesis of the qualitative literature. Addiction, 114 (1). pp. 24-47. ISSN 0965-2140

O'Donnell, Amy, Addison, Michelle, Spencer, Liam, Zurhold, Heike, Rosenkranz, Moritz, McGovern, Ruth, Gilvarry, Eilish, Martens, Marcus-Sebastian, Verthein, Uwe and Kaner, Eileen (2017) Factors shaping different trajectories of amphetamine-type-stimulant use: a systematic review of qualitative research. The Lancet, 390. S64. ISSN 0140-6736

O'Donnell, Amy, Haighton, Katie, Chappel, David, Shevills, Colin and Kaner, Eileen (2016) Impact of financial incentives on alcohol intervention delivery in primary care: a mixed-methods study. BMC Family Practice, 17 (1). p. 165. ISSN 1471-2296

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